Come visit us at the Southern Farm Show February 1-3, 2017. You’ll find us in the Scott Tent, Exhibit 7032 at the NC State Fairgrounds. Show hours are 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Wednesday through Friday.
USDA’s Farm Service Agency offers disaster assistance and low-interest loan programs to assist agricultural producers following a natural disaster like Hurricane Matthew. Use these resources to find more information about assistance….
Coastal AgroBusiness Field Day has been postponed until Friday, September, 16, 2016. Coastal AgroBusiness customers are cordially invited to join us for our "Focus on Precision" 5th Annual Field Day Friday, September 16, 2016 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Cove City, NC Precision technology and how it benefits your farm is the focus of this year's Field Day. The AgroVision team will lead morning demonstrations, showing harvesting, planting and soil sampling equipment and services Coastal offers. Lunch will be served under the tent, and then in the afternoon, we'll tour field plots that demonstrate the use of ProShield Seed Treatments and Coastal
The Virginia Ag Expo, set for Thursday, August 4, 2016, will be held at Double B Farms, owned and operated by Billy Bain, in Dinwiddie, Va. The event opens at 7:30 AM with field tours starting at 8:00 AM. Breakfast and lunch will be available from a variety of local civic organizations and food truck vendors. As a sponsor of the event, Coastal AgroBusiness will be present to showcase AgroVision Precision Technologies, Coastal products and services as well as a Coastal test plot. Stop by to see us!
The 2016 Blacklands Farm Managers Tour will take place Wednesday, August 3. Hosts of this year's event are Dawson and Bethany Pugh of Middle Creek Farms in Hyde County, NC. Registration begins at 7:00 AM with plot tours beginning at 8:00 PM. Lunch is provided. Coastal is a Silver Sponsor of this event. While you are there, come visit the Coastal display which will feature AgroVision Precision Technologies, and Coastal products and services.
Join Coastal AgroVision Precision Technologies at the third annual “Where Technology Meets Dirt” Road Tour hosted by Ag Leader® on Thursday, June 23, 2016 at the Vernon James Research Center in Plymouth, NC. Come discover how precision farming technology can help you manage inputs - seed, fertilizer, water and data - to maximize outputs. You’ll see the latest technology in action with live field demonstrations. This educational and action-packed event is geared towards growers interested in learning how technology yields results. Come learn from local growers, local experts and local
Coastal AgroBusiness, Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of new locations in Edenton, NC and Monetta, SC to broaden its capability to supply vital agricultural products, ideas and solutions to new customers in these areas. The Edenton, NC location expands Coastal’s presence in northeastern North Carolina. Our Colerain location, established in 1999, will work closely with the Edenton location, with Colerain serving areas west of the Chowan River and Edenton serving areas east of the Chowan. The Monetta, SC location, about 30 miles west of Columbia, SC, reaches peach
The 2016 Southern Farm Show - the largest agricultural expo in the Carolinas and Virginia - has become a yearly tradition for farmers and anyone associated with the agricultural industry. Coastal will be there and we want to see you! Come visit us at our booth #7032 in the Scott Tent at the NC State Fairgrounds in Raleigh. We’ll be there each day, Wednesday through Friday, February 3-5, from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Let us show you the latest products, equipment and services that can make your farm more
Resistant weeds are an ongoing threat to crop yields, and likely will be an even bigger problem in 2016 due to the cutback in crop protection inputs in the past year. Weed competition affects yield potential; that’s why it’s important to stay ahead of weeds by keeping fields clean. To give crops the early advantage in the spring, clean-up is needed this fall. Fall herbicide applications are a relatively new but growing practice because of successful results achieved in using residual herbicides to combat resistant weeds. A fall burndown with
Many Coastal AgroBusiness sales representatives attended the 66th Annual Crop Protection School held December 3, 2014 at the Embassy Suites in Cary, NC. The Crop Protection School is put on by the Crop Protection Association of NC (CPANC), an organization for which several Coastal employees have served on its board over the years since its founding in 1972. CPANC's primary purpose is to communicate "the value and safe use of crop protection chemicals to the agricultural industry of North Carolina"¹. ¹ "About CPANC", http://www.nccropprotection.org/